Celebrate Screen-Free Week Part 2

To celebrate Screen-Free Week we will have activities every weekday afternoon from 3:30-5:00 pm. All ages are welcome, stop in and unplug with us. And check out these great books that will inspire you to unplug!

In this Caldecott-winning book, a neighborhood comes alive when the power goes out on a hot summer night. One family decides they prefer spending time together, even after the power comes back on.

Blackout by John Rocco; Hyperion; $16.99

The star of this story has absolutely nothing to do. She’s bored. Until she meets a potato who finds children incredibly boring. To prove him wrong she demonstrates all the amazing things a kid can do! It’s quirky and silly and sure to get your child’s imagination rolling.

I’m Bored by Michael Ian Black; Simon & Schuster; $16.99

For children of all ages who may need a little help turning off those electronics.

Goodnight iPad: a Parody for the Next Generation by Ann Droyd; Penguin; $14.95


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